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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

I Hate Teasers

So anyway, I'm cruising the online editions of my favorite newspapers this evening, and see "Novak to Reveal Role In Leak Case" in the Chicago Sun Times. Follow the first link and you get about 3 paragraph's of Novaks column to be published tomorrow.

About all he reveals today is that he didn't plead the fifth in front of Fitzgeralds Grand Jury, though he did testify.

I'm looking forward to the moonbat reaction nearly as much as finding out exactly what Novak had to do with the whole investigation. I get the feeling that he'll be chastized from both directions for whatever he says. If he claims he's the one who "outed" Plame, who wasn't exactly "in hiding" anyway, the left will scream that Fitz should string him up. The right will bitch that he should have come out publicly long ago and help quelch the crap in the media.

If he says all he did was pass on third string info he'll get beat up for the same things from the opposite directions.

Either way, the reaction should be more fun than the column itself, though I'll be sure to toss my two cents worth in anyway.

Updated (10:21pm) Howard Kurtz at the Washington Post names two of the folks Novak will talk about in the column.

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Blogger Doug said...

That Novak....such a tease.

10:26 PM  
Blogger Ted said...

Valerie Plame was outed by her husband months before anyone else had the chance to do so. Joe Wilson is a very insecure man and his wife IS his status in social circles these days. It is, "Much Ado About Nothing".

In addition, Joe needed Valerie to get him a job, which she did. Did he do the job? Obviously not, since out military has found tons of yellow cake uranium in Iraq since the start of the war.

Joe Wilson is another "wannabe" just like Richard Clark. If both of those jerks were on fire at a DNC convention, people wouldn't even spit on them to put out the flames or would that have been "Plames".

Both have outlived their usefulness with the DNC. Both written books (which should have come with crayons) bashing the Bush Adminstration. Both men are liars. That has been proven time and time again.

If the moron from Chicago wants to prosecute someone, those two are prime suspects.

Of course, I could be wrong - BUT I'M NOT!

12:26 AM  
Blogger Crazy Politico said...

Ted, you hit it on the head, the post this morning clears up a few other things, but the whole affair looks like much adoo about nothing, at best :)

6:49 AM  

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